It has always been important to look after your employees and provide a safe and balanced work experience, but now we are all more aware of mental health in the workplace. This means giving employees the reassurance and platform to speak up and seek help if they are struggling with their mental health, particularly when it is affected by factors such as workload, stress and work-life balance.
As an employer, you may feel overwhelmed by all the information on how to support your staff or indeed where to start. That is why we have this Workplace Mental Health Toolkit for you to download, which explains what mental health in the workplace means, what the common mental health conditions are, how you can help employee mental health and what you can do to create a supporting culture: Workplace Mental Health Toolkit Sutcliffe & Co
This video might also help you look after your remote employees’ health and wellbeing.
We can also help you with customisable sample policies to help your business, for example on flexible working, substance abuse and workplace violence prevention, among others. Just get in touch!
It also makes good business sense to take steps to invest in workplace mental health:
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